Let’s be clear – Pattaya is party town. Beaches by day and an array of bars for the evening!

Pattaya is nestled along a picturesque bay on the east coast of the gulf of Thailand, roughly 170 km southeast of Bangkok. Pattaya is the popular beach destination for those wishing to escape the mania of Bangkok, and it has consequently grown into a bustling international playground.

Pattaya makes an all-out attempt to provide the best of everything. Here everything means everything a tourist can imagine while on holiday: recreation, entertainment, sports, sightseeing and lots of fun. Day and night it presents an ever changing kaleidoscope of thrills.

During the day go scuba diving, surfing and water skiing, or wander around the thousands of shops. There are also a number of delightful offshore islands boasting great sandy beaches which are easily accessible from the resort. At night things really get going, and there are bars and restaurants for all tastes. Nights out in Pattaya more or less guarantee inexhaustible amusement and non-stop action.

Getting there

The best way to get to Pattaya from Bangkok is by taxi. Door to door service is about 1800 Baht and will take a maximum of 2 hours.

Hotels in Pattaya

*Cross Pratamnak Pattaya

Sitting majestically amidst a dense forest of mature trees and overlooking the glistening waters of the Gulf of Thailand is Cross Pattaya Pratamnak, a luxury hotel reminiscent of a colonial mansion.

CROSS PATTAYA PRATAMNAK is conveniently located a short distance from Pattaya Beach and Walking Street. The hotel is nestled in a quiet and charming neighbourhood, highly accessible but perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

Easily accessible to the main city of Pattaya and the friendly costal town Jomtien, Cross Pattaya Pratamnak is located in a high-end residential district and thus provides a tranquil oasis for its guests.

All told an excellent choice! All rooms are bookable for stay after the 1st of April 23 onwards, and we have promotional rates if you book before the 31st of July 23.